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TravelPod Member ReviewsWatana Mansion Bangkok
Service women were quite rude, very unfriendly! Food was great, Rooms quiet clean with internet service- but poor.
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... of water. Apparently it doesn't officially start until April 12 - but the Thai embrace it earlier!!!! Getting soaked could be fun in this heat!!!!
Bob sent message while I was in park - angiogram now scheduled for 3pm tomorrow.
After a bit of shopping - a Pierre Cardin shirt for Bob - and some kids polos - I set off for the hospital. Getting to know BKK a little - the main streets are fairly well sign posted and have my ...
... and travel advice I'd read before hand). I would have my revenge.
(Bangkok corruption 1 - Andrew 0)
Bangkok has a certain reputation for being rather sleazy to put it extremely mildly so a few of my stories I will save for when I am back in England for suitable company and keep this blog clean not lurid (Grandma don't worry, I am behaving myself, lots of love from Asia!!). We will pick up the story the following morning.
Chris had to go ...
... first time in my life, I visit a metropolis of over 8 million inhabitants where most of the population is kind and gentle to foreigners. Usually in those big cities, it´s everyone for himself or herself and a certain misconfidence is nourrished toward its fellow citizens. Let alone foreigners...Guy and Serge told us that this is ckcock, that the citizens of Myanmar are even friendlier and more smiling. I am anxious to discover because I need ...
... even better than the two scuba dives I'd done the previous day. The fish were such bright colours and I spotted a white-eyed eel peering out from under a rock which was really cool too, as I'd only really seen things like that when scuba diving. We visited places like this by taking the famous longtail Thai taxi-boats, all with bright ribbon and flowers at the front where Thai's believe buddha sits to keep them safe. The days were running away with me and before I knew it I needed ...
... the grounds touching the old bricks and rock and tried to imagine how it looked when it was all still standing high and strong. It must have been something else to see. We went to one last temple before heading back and we said goodbye to our friends from Wisconsin. They will be in Africa in 2015 and SArah and I are trying to figure out a way to go there. Maybe quit our jobs and live life. We sat there in the cab trying to think of ways to be able to do what they are doing. ...